DeSmogBlog's Golden Oldies

Mon, 2008-07-14 16:13Kevin Grandia
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DeSmogBlog's Golden Oldies

With more than three years of writing on climate change issues and the climate denial industry, DeSmogBlog has amassed a lot of information - close to 1,300 articles in fact.

As part of the annual summer cleaning, I'm going through a lot of the old material for technical reasons, so I thought I would start a post listing some of our “golden oldies.”

I'll add more as I come across them.

Do you have any favorites? Let me know and I'll add them to the list.

Lies, Damned Lies and “Sound Science”

Top 10 Best Moments of Free Enterprise in 2005

Bush Bought and Paid for by the Coal Industry

The Commodification of Mistrust

The Slippery Slope of Climate Change Denial

Greenhouse Gas Emission Policy Revealed as a Sham

U.S. Censorship Bid is Textbook PR Manipulation

Congressman Resurrects Notorious Mann-hunt

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This is a guest post by David Suzuki.

The Amazon rainforest is magnificent. Watching programs about it, we’re amazed by brilliant parrots and toucans, tapirs, anacondas and jaguars. But if you ever go there expecting to be overwhelmed by a dazzling blur of activity, you’ll be disappointed. The jungle has plenty of vegetation — hanging vines, enormous trees, bromeliads and more — and a cacophony of insects and frogs. But much of the activity goes on at night or high up in the canopy.

Films of tropical forests don’t accurately reflect the reality of the ecosystems....

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